How can I put my CASE curriculum on my Ipad? I would love to not have to lug home a laptop everytime I do lesson planning at home. I am getting an apple TV in my room and would like to pull up all of the curriculum when needed.
I am sure there has to be a better way, but I just transferred the documents individually via PDF format to my iPad. So, I have just been doing a lesson at a time... (i.e. Everything for 2.1 this week)
Try DropBox or Google Drive? Store on the cloud and access from whatever machine you want??
Just a thought.
I'm going to agree with Matt and see if you can put it on iCloud. OpenOffice or GoogleDrive will also work, however you would have to individually upload all of the files to it, which would take a while. Also, unless you have one of the apps that supports the CASE Powerpoint and Word files, it will be very difficult to view them on the iPad, especially if you are using the pages app. Hope this helps!
I have saved all the documents and everything off of the curriculum and have just used dropbox. I really like it.
If you want dropbox - use this link and we both get 500MB more for Free. UP to like 18GB and if you need that much space - better get an external HD at 1 or 2 TB to tote around. (Already doing it... don't laugh)
Or use a link for Casey or Tiffany or someone else. Rising tide floats all boats.
I have mine on dropbox. Just beware as I have previously posted, You may lose some of the graphs and images when opening in Pages. The files show up in dropbox just like they would if saved to a disk. you have to sort through them to find the information you need. After a few uses, you should be able to find everything with ease.
Denine...how are you doing...thinking of you. Have your CTE director Travis get you a Surface...wish i would have gotten one insteadd of an I-pad.
Is there a way to save all of the CASE curriculum on an external hard drive/ flash drive that you can pull it up on any computer just like you would your desktop once installed on a main computer? Thanks
Kate, if you copy the program files from your computer to your flash drive you can access the curriculum using a html file that has your curriculum initials followed by all like aspall.html. This file should open the curriculum for you.
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